The Nanoplasmonic theoretical interpretation of the Parkhomov experiment on 27th/28th February

The following post was submitted by Axil Axil


In the plasmonic theory of the LENR+ reaction there are two possible sources from which the LENR reaction spring: the Static Nuclear Active Environment (NAE) and the Dynamic NAE.

The Static NAE reaction is pinned on the surface of the nickel powder where the the tubercles provide a phase mask that form polariton solitons on the surface of the powder.

The Dynamic NAE are formed when plasma cools and form nano-particles, These nano-particles aggrogate together as they cool and provide the phase mask for polariton soliton formation.

There is now experimental analysis that discounts that the nickel powder has contributed any power to the LENR reaction. From a theoretical standpoint, this could be explained by the lack of proper sized particles used in the experiment and also the lack of tubercles on the surface of any nickel particle no matter its size.

This may mean that there has been no value added to the LENR reaction from Parkhomov type nickel particles: these particles are LENR inert. For Parkhomov, his LENR+ reaction is only carried by Dynamic NAE.

The dynamic NAE contribution begins to be felt when nano-particles begin to form and aggregate. It looks like this particle formation process begins within a temperture range of between 1110C to 1130C when lithium aluminum hydride is used as the secret sauce.

All the LENR power may be only coming from nano-particle lithium and/or hydrogen aggregations. Experimentally, it looks like the power produced by the dynamic NAE establishes its mode of rapid power production in a very short time frame and in a very tight temperature range as an explosive burst of power.

Axil Axil

Cross posted on Ego Out